Liste de Sujets de Bac sur les USA

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Cette page est une sous-partie de la liste thématique des sujets de bac :



Bacs généraux

  • L LV1 2014-Liban- Extract from Toni Morrison's "Home" combined with a blues song ( segregation- dream)

  • L LV1 sept 2011 metropole extract from the Sorrows of an American by Siri Hustvedt ( 9/11 + writing as a therapy);

  • L LV1 2007, extract from We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates. A man and his wife quarrel about a subscription to a very private club. (mysoginy,racism/ traditions etc.)

  • Es S LV1 Polynésie - hors session 2003 extract from Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whisky Stop Café, by Fanny Flagg (the USA during the Great Depression, homelessness)

  • ES S LV 2004 extract from Nancy Pickard, Crime from the Mind of a Woman (2002)- A frightened woman who hates the prairie(Fear/ Country and City/ friendship).

Bacs Technologiques

  • STG LV1 Polynésie 2011- My Life Of Adventure, by Norman Vaughan (living like Indians)

  • STI/G/ST2S LV1 Métropole 2001 extract from Sherman Alexie, The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven, 1994 (Native-Americans, losing a job, drinking, life on a reservation, sport, in particular Basket-ball)

  • STI 2001 LV1 Métropole 2000 extract from Bill Bryson, Notes From a Big Country, 1998(satire du mode de vie US, air conditionné)


Sujets généraux

  • L/ES/SLV2 et L/ LVA Polynésie 2014, an extract from Tony HILLERMAN, Coyote Waits, 1990 and an extract from Palash GHOSH, “Native Americans: The Tragedy of Alcoholism, Analysis”, February 11, 2012. (native Americans, alcoholism)

  • S L LV2 polynésie 2011 extract from This Other Eden by Ben Elton,(the consumer society)

  • L/S LV2 Amérique 2007, excerpt from David Sedaris, Dress your family in Corduroy and Denim about young hippies begging (also about work ?)

  • L LV2 sujet non donné 2002 extract from Bodega Dreams by Ernesto Quinônez,(living in el Barrio, New York)

Sujets technologiques

  • STG LV2 juin 2008 extract from Notes from a Big Country by Bill Bryson( driving vs walking )